Átlátszó tried to get some contracts from the Integrity Commission, but the project failed because the anti-corruption body did not grant them for more than half a year. Ferenc Prof The President verbally informed the employee of the inquiry portal that the relevant contracts do not belong to third parties.
The Integrity Commission informed 24.hu on Monday afternoon that the requested anonymous contracts were sent on Monday morning. This morning’s news Light penetrates Also confirmed: a few hours after their article was published, Integrítás Hatóság contacted VALTON-SEC Zrt., L’azar Advisory Kft. and Level Nine received pending contracts concluded with Vezetési Tanácsadó Kft.
For example, the deal with Walton reveals that
Ferenc Biro drives a “premium car” that is black on the outside and brown on the inside, and the drivers have “above average precision and decisive behavior”.
The fee for “security driving service” is HUF 1,150,000 net per person per month, and the car is rented at HUF 440,000 net per month, and fuel is paid by the authority.
According to Átlátszó, most questions are raised by the contract with L’azar Advisory Kft. The company did “expert consulting work requiring specialized expertise” for HUF 65,000 + VAT per hour, but said nothing about what exactly the contract was about.
Level Nine Vezetési Tanácsadó Kft. It received a net monthly HUF 1.2 million for management consulting and training, but the contract expires at the end of June.
In relation to the three works, the Integrity Commission had earlier said: No further bids were invited for the performance of the works and the President himself selected the contracting partners.
In the past, the European Commission identified a series of systematic errors in the control of public procurement in Hungary, and therefore first set institutional conditions for the use of EU funds. The Hungarian government made several concessions in order to receive EU funds, the biggest of which was the establishment of an integrity commission. The organization primarily oversees the EU’s public procurement, but also has opportunities and tasks beyond that.